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  • A mosquito that can transmit yellow fever
    There may be a global catastrophe from the spread of yellow fever
    There are growing concerns that there may be a global catastrophe from the spread of yellow fever. Elsevier Health Sciences reported on May 23, 2016, the yellow fever epidemic is threatening to spread to China from Angola. This spread of yellow...
  • Jeri Ryan
    The wild life of acting and motherhood with Jeri Ryan
    Despite the obvious glamour, being a working actor isn’t necessarily the easiest job in the world, especially when you are also a working Mom.I got the unique pleasure to sit and talk with Jeri Ryan the star of “Against The Wild II:...
  • Ibis
    Room report: Ibis Hotel Antananarivo, Madagascar
    Arrival Experience: The Ibis Antantarivo is one of downtown’s top business hotels. It is part of Accor’s value-focused brand offering, but in “Tana,” it boasts a high level of quality that puts it on par with most business...
  • Bush AIDS prevention program in Africa proven ineffective
    Bush AIDS prevention program in Africa proven ineffective
    In 2004 President George W. Bush initiated and funded the U. S. President's Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief in 22 African nations. The concept behind the program was that abstinence, fidelity, and delaying a person’s first sexual...
  • Flag of Liberia
    A touch of Liberia comes to the Willingboro Public Library
    At the end of the month, West Africa comes to Willingboro.On Saturday, April 30, the highly acclaimedLiberian Women’s Chorus for Change will perform at the Willingboro Public Library at 2 p.m. The program - which will run with assistance...
  • Top Cape Verdean director tackles colonialism in Africa
    Cape Verdean director tackles colonialism in Africa
    Award winning Cape Verdean director Guenny Pires, who has made a name for himself in independent international film circles, especially in the African Diaspora, is working on one of his latest projects about the liberation of Portuguese speaking...
  • Guarding the last Northern White Rhinos
    Tierney and the guardians of the last 3 Northern White Rhinos on Earth
    It's an unimaginably tragic, looming loss. The Northern White Rhinoceros, charismatic, monumental, elemental, once ranged by the thousands across East and Central Africa, but now stands at the very edge of a chasm, somewhere between warm,...
  • Hidden Beauty of Ethiopia
    Ethiopian modelling competition aims to educate and inspire young females
    Set to air on EBS TV, Ethiopia's first modelling competition Hidden Beauty of Ethiopia aims to showcase the country's young, beautiful, and disadvantaged females aged 16-24 through competition. Aiming to educate young females and children...
  • South Sudan schoolchildren
    United Nations report paints a grim picture in South Sudan
    South Sudan is the world’s youngest officially recognized nation, and its short history has been marred by violence and discord. The situation has deteriorated to the point of crisis, and the international community is finally beginning to...
  • Novotel Dakar
    Room Report: Novotel Dakar, Senegal
    Arrival Experience: It cannot get any easier than this at Dakar airport. Reception at the Novotel can organize the shuttle for a free transfer from the airport to the hotel, which is a huge bonus for first-time visitors. Upon exiting immigration...
  • Best Western
    Room Report: Best Western Premier Nairobi, Kenya
    Arrival Experience: Located in the heart of the city’s commercial heart of town (about 30-45 minutes from the airport depending upon traffic), this modern tower offers comfortable and classy accommodations. It is part of Best Western’s...
  • Mexico's main tourism areas unaffected by Zika virus
    Mexico's main tourism areas unaffected by Zika virus
    Attention visitors to Mexico: Tourism officials for our neighbor south of the border want to ease any concerns you might have about the Zika virus making the headlines these days in tropical climes. For starters, they want you to know that no...
  • Burundi mass graves: Chilling stories and photos reveal truth behind mass graves
    Burundi mass graves: Chilling stories and photos reveal truth behind mass graves
    Photos of Burundi mass graves are supporting chilling eyewitness accounts of large pools of blood and dozens of bodies scattered in all directions. The photos, taken via satellite, indicate that the stories of Burundian security forces killing...
  • Beefy the Rhino
    Rhino poaching sees decline in South Africa, record numbers elsewhere
    For the first time in over a decade, rhino poaching decreased in South Africa in 2015. While this is great news for the nation, an estimated 1,175 rhinos were still killed in 2015. In 2014, the worst year on record in the nation, over 1,200 were...
  • Food shortages in the Central African Republic
    A warning from the Central African Republic
    War in the Central African Republic (CAR) is causing severe food shortages. The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) said this week that 2.5 million people, about half the population, are hungry. The hunger rate has doubled in just one year,...
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